that the Seaport Hotel is now fully booked. An alternative hotel has been
secured to handle the overflow. See
MobiCom 2000 will be held at the Seaport
Hotel at the World Trade Center Boston.
Hotel Reservation Instructions (Seaport Hotel):
The cut-off date for reserving rooms at the conference
negotiated rate is: July 7, 2000.
The conference has a small number of rooms blocked
at a special rate to be available first-come-first-serve before the cut-off
Please make hotel reservations directly with the
hotel (1-877-SEAPORT, from the US or Canada,
or 1-617-385-4000). Mention ACM/MobiCom 2000
to receive the special rates. Summer is an extremely busy time for hotels
in Boston. So please make hotel arrangements as early as possible.
Single Occupancy for King / Double: $179.00 plus
Double Occupancy for King / Double $199.00 plus taxes.
Alternative Hotel (Doubletree Club Hotel):
An overflow block of rooms in the
Doubletree Club Hotel (240 Mount Vernon Street, Boston, MA 02125) has been
secured for conference attendees. The rooms are held through the days of the
conference as long as they are available.
- Single/Double: $139 plus tax per room.
- Triple: $149 plus tax per room.
- Quad : $159 plus tax per room.
Call 1-617-822-3600 for
reservation. Mention ACM/MobiCom 2000
to receive these special rates.
Transportation to Conference:
can take a cab to the Seaport Hotel/World Trade Center (about 3 miles).
Also, you can walk one block to the JFK/Umass subway stop and then take the red
line to the South Station stop. On weekdays, there is a free shuttle from the Seaport
Hotel/World Trade Center to the South Station stop that runs every 5-7 minutes.
Visit www.mbta.com for a Boston subway map.
The following alternatives are suggested. However, the
conference does not have any arrangements for any special rates for the any of
these hotels. Note these hotels are on the expensive side.
The hotels in Boston downtown, waterfront and financial
district are all very expensive. When looking for cheaper accommodation, try to stay close
to the T (Subway) if you can. [www.mbta.com
and www.mapquest.com may help.] On
weekdays, there is a free shuttle from the Seaport
Hotel/World Trade Center to the South Station stop on the red line. Driving in Boston can be difficult and
parking may be hard to find or expensive. Cabs may turn out to be expensive as
well depending on how far you are staying. If you must drive, you may
want to stay close to I93 ideally; close to I95, I90 or Storrow/Memorial
Drive will work too.
The following web sites may
help you explore other hotel choices.